CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) RESPONSE:
Community Supervision staff is continuing to provide uninterrupted oversight and services for clients involved in diversion, probation, and home detention programs. For questions about available services through Community Supervision: 480-350-5400.
Tempe Human Services
3500 South Rural Road, second floor
Tempe, AZ 85282
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Community Supervision administers the City’s diversion, probation, and home detention programs.
Eligible individuals are referred by the Tempe Municipal Court or Prosecutor’s Office after arrests for misdemeanor charges. Counselors conduct comprehensive risk-need assessments, provide referrals to clinically-appropriate treatment in the community, and monitor compliance for participants throughout the duration of their program.
The intent is to divert participants from the criminal justice system, and connect them with appropriate education and treatment to address underlying needs related to criminal behavior.
Community Supervision works collaboratively with the Court, Prosecutor’s Office and other Human Services staff to connect participants to short-term interventions and long-term supports that reduce recidivism and promote public safety.